The Python 3 New Features from Python Enhancement Proposal
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Python 2 will end of life in 2020!!!!!
If you are a Python 2 developer, it's time to porting your code into Python 3 !!!
- If you are a Python 2 developer and haven't had the chance to use Python 3, this course is for you. We will talk about Python 3 new feature with demos and make sure you can understand them all
What's this course about and why you should take it?
- This course let you master the new and cool features in Python 3
- We assume you have a base knowledge of the subset of Python that runs in Python 2 and 3. We dive deep into every aspect of Python 3 and the PEP's that prompted those changes. From advanced string formatting, number updates, changes in classes and functions, to Unicode, Type annotation and synchronous Programming, this course covers it all. You will see the features in action and try them out for yourself
Who is this course for?
- For anyone who has wanted to dive into the new features of Python 3. It is quite easy to write code that works in both Python 2 and 3. Many old Python developers are used to the features of 2 and have never looked into all of the new features that Python 3 provides. Many new programmers are using Python 3, but are missing out on new features like async and annotations
- Existing Python 3 users: If you aren't using Python to its full potential, you owe it to yourself to checkout this course and see a wealth of Python 3 features that you might not even know exist. You will see and explore most of them in this course!
- Beginner level of python 2 programmer
- A computer installed Python 3
- understand the differences between Python 2 and Python 3
- can port their own code from python 2 to python 3
- write python 3 native code
- learn Python 3 new feature
Best Practice for moving to Python 3
PEP 237 -- Unifying Long Integers and Integers
PEP 238 -- Changing the Division Operator
PEP 412 -- Key-Sharing Dictionary
PEP 428 -- The pathlib module -- object-oriented filesystem paths
PEP 435 -- Adding an Enum type to the Python standard library
PEP 448 -- Additional Unpacking Generalizations
PEP 450 -- Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library
PEP 498 -- Literal String Interpolation
PEP 515 -- Underscores in Numeric Literals
PEP 3101 -- Advanced String Formatting
PEP 3102 -- Keyword-Only Arguments
PEP 3105 -- Make print a function
PEP 3111 -- Simple input built-in in Python 3000
PEP 3114 -- Renaming iterator.next() to iterator.__next__()
PEP 3135 -- New Super
range and xrange
dict and zip
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